German language for immigration

Immigration to Germany is possible in several ways: student, professional, marriage, humanitarian and ethnic (for Jews and Germans). German is important for all these methods, but especially for the first two. Depending on which path you choose to immigrate, in order to obtain German citizenship and english to german, you need to live in the country from 3 to 8 years. You will also need to prove your knowledge of German at least level B1, prove your ability to support yourself and have no criminal record. To obtain a German passport, you will have to renounce your current citizenship.

Professional immigration to Germany
In order to move to Germany for work,

you need to confirm your education and knowledge of German (usually C1+), as well as receive an invitation from your employer in advance. After that, you can apply for a work visa. To confirm your education, you need to find your university on the anabin website. If it is not on the list, this means that university degrees are not automatically recognized by Germany. This is not a problem, but in this case you will need to contact the Central Office for Foreign Education (Zentralstelle für ausländisches Bildungswesen, ZAB). The assessment of the diploma and english to german costs about 237 USD.

Student immigration to Germany
Student immigration is generally similar to labor immigration. You will also need to get an invitation from the employer and a work visa. The main differences are that it is easier to get a job in Germany after receiving a German education, and a student after graduation has 1.5 years to find a job. In addition, years of study at a university will reduce the time required to live in the country to obtain citizenship.